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burglaries. and both police officers and neighbors are frustrated. nbc bay area stephanie trong joins us in san jose's willow glen neighborhood with the story. stephanie? >> reporter: good evening, raj. the 95-year-old woman has lived in this willow glen neighborhood for 40 years. she is very shaken up, understandably. neither she nor her relatives wanted to talk on camera. they did tell us she was sleeping at home here when a man kicked down the back door. neighbors here are very upset, and so are some san jose police officers who say the rise in burglary wouldn't happen if city hall made public safety a priority. >> i didn't sleep last night. >> reporter: mother of two shanna says she was horrified when she learned a man attacked her 95-year-old neighbor after he picked a lock on her gate and broke into her willow glen home, allegedly pepper spraying him when she confronted him. criminals are taking advantage of a limited police department. >> criminal nose that we're short on staff. they know that burglar alarms, different types of crimes aren't going to be responded to unless they're
's a neighborhood street and should be a place for people to walk in safety and comfort. >> stephanie tucker. >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon commissioners. i am stephanie tucker, we are here to express our strong support for this project. we have heard from district 5 residents their strong support for this. two deaths are too many along masonic avenue. and we thank everyone who has done their due diligence in outreaching to the community. and problem solving any potential issues that could come up as a result of removing parking. and i just want to say, our office is highly empathetic to our residents who are losing parking. especially those who have disabilities that prohibit them from being able to walk or take the bus. but in the end, we feel that this project is the right project for district 5. and it's the right thing to do for the citizens of san francisco. for five years we have been pushing to have this project realized. we are very grateful to see that we are taking this very important step today. and i -- i strongly support you approving it and moving forward. thank you. >>
, sister stephanie, and sharon hewett. >>> good afternoon, commissioners. my name is patricia thomas and i have been a resident of the [speaker not understood] for 15 years. i'm also a board member of the [speaker not understood] resident improvement association. it is an organization by residents, development in san francisco chinatown. we have 1300 households living in the development and they are mostly limited income, limited english speaking and seniors. for most of us it took us a long time to get in public housing. once we were there we put down roots. this became our home. not just a unit in the building. and the people around us become our family. to be displaced for a revitalization project means leaving our home and family. this is very frightening, especially when there is no ordinance to protect our right of return. >> can you take it outside, please? >>> once the development work is completed, to further protect us we should not have to go through additional screening in order to return. the housing authority has already checked and approved our eligibility. it is also not co
. nbc bay area's stephanie chuang joins us with the latest. stephan stephanie. >> reporter: picking a lock, breaking down a back door, the home invasion reported monday morning is part of a growing trend in san jose. burglaries are up in two parts of willow glen and 45% up citywide. >> we're down 340 officers and we're down gang enforcement teams, burglaries are up 150% in areas of evergreen. >> reporter: james gonzalez says the last straw came in june when the city council rejected adding six officers to the burglary investigation unit. even a councilman says the city hasn't made public safety its top priority. >> i think that's probably why we see an increase in burglary. >> reporter: a councilwoman says adding those officers would have taken men and women off the streets and accuses the union of waging a political campaign against her using skewed statistics. >> i find it disingenuous that the police union is accusing me of not supporting them or not acknowledging certain numbers when they are waging a campaign of information trying to scare people using cherry picked numbers. >>
. in fact, let's bring in nbc bay area's stephanie trong. presumably there are many bay area passengers on this train. we already know of many, don't we? >> there is one who says he was supposed to get on that train, train 712 leaving here this morning at 7:30 from this port of oakland station down to bakersfield. he says he is from orange county, and he was headed down there this morning. he missed it and decided to come back later. now he is inside that station waiting for that sky 50 train, the last one of the lines, and he is counting his blessings. >> i feel blessed. i feel like god had a hand in it, absolutely. it wouldn't do me any good to be stranded halfway between here and merced. this is a much better place to be. >> now today's crash happened in a part of kings county. we have learned that there is a recent history of amtrak crashes in kings county where today's accident happened. according to the federal railroad administration, there have been three amtrak crashes at public and private acrosses in kings county since 2009. two in 2009 involving a truck and a truck trailer l
stephanie. i am a resident in public housing and i am if support of the move to, of the commissioners to come to city hall for several reasons. i had an experience with the commission, i went once, i never went again. it was a very humiliating and degrading almost as humiliating as the housing i had lived in. if the meetings are moved here and televised, there's accountability, people wouldn't have to be concerned about being spoken to in a dehumanalized
you. any other public comment on this item? supervisor olague's office, stephanie. welcome. >> good morning, supervisors. i'm here on behalf of supervisor olague to express her strong support. >> any other public comment? closed. a motion to send this item forward with attached conditions? >> so moved. >> that will be the order, without objection. thank you, good luck. item 3, please. >>clerk: hearing to consider transfer of type 48 on-sail general public premises liquor license to 2237 mason to 222 powell street to mark rennie for sirhed enterprises, the cable car lounge. >> derrick, i think we are having a little problem with the mic over there. >> you mind coming up here? >> good morning, supervisors. members of the public, i'm inspector lazaro with the police department. the applicant has filed an application with the california department of alcoholic beverage control, abc, seeking a person-to-person premises-to-premises type 48 on-sale general for public premises bar license. for 222 powell street on the east side of powell street between geary and ofarrel. this is currently l
. a's relief pitcher was not with the club. pat and wife stephanie just lost their baby boy, gerig born 23 hours ago. no explanation on the cause of death. >> they will meet the reds in the division series. buster posey won the series finishing at 336. he is the first to win the crown since 70 years ago. buster is 0 for 2 and ground out with the only run. his first major league homer and the giants, just like the a's finished the regular season 94 and 68. they will meet the central champion reds reds and dusty baker, their former manager and the best of five, the first two games at at&t park. abc7 sports brought brought to you by river rock casino. >> fun, fun, fun. >> thanks, larry. >> "nightline" is up next. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. thanks for joining us. abc news continues tomorrow morning beginning at 4:30. >> and we are always available at abc7news.com or on facebook and twitter at abc7 news bay area. >> we will be back in the evening. good night, everyone.
. thanks kids, we'll see you at the regular time on "talking liberally the stephanie miller show"." ♪ >> al gore: good evening. welcome to the debate tonight. we're here in our beautiful new york studio which is the home of "viewpoint" with eliot spitzer, and "say anything" with joy behar. we're here for the first presidential debate of 2012 between president obama and governor romney. my panelists here with me are governor eliot spitzer, host of "viewpoint"; cenk uygur, the host and founder of "the young turks"; governor jennifer grandholm, two-time governor of michigan, and the star of the recent democratic convention >> jennifer: you say that to all of the governors. [ laughter ] >> al gore: no. and host of "the war room," and comedian and political commentator, john fugelsang. we are here covering the debate. you'll see the stage in denver there. you see all of their supporters and friends and the folks who are gathered in the denver area for this debate. milling around waiting for the event to start. here on current, we're going to do something different from wha
and total strangers across the country are asking who is responsible for these attack pages? >> stephanie troung joins us. >> reporter: when i read the horrible comments and saw the photos posted, turns out the term public figure can make all the difference on facebook. now people are calling for facebook to take some action. she's like any other 5-year-old girl. she loves to play dressup. well, a crowd of nearly 5 million people, that's how many have looked her facebook page created earlier this year. three months after she was born in texas, doctors diagnosed her with progeria, a terminal condition that speeds up ageing in children. but just as fast as the support spread, so did the cyber bullying. thousands of people on dozens of facebook pages dedicated solely to making fun of her. >> first i was very angry, really upset and i didn't understand what is wrong with these people? >> across the board, everyone was outraged. >> reporter: 33-year-old jacqueline was so outraged she decided to take action, even though she lives in maine. >> there are people who putting sexual captions on pict
much, stephanie. >>> a very difficult school week ahead for staff and students at an baalbany middle school. a teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a child was found dead. children must be stunned and shaken by this. >> reporter: they are. word about the teacher's death is spreading even though the albany school district says it has not officially told students here at albany middle school about the popular teacher's death. it was just last week that students and parents here learned that sixth grade teacher and coach james izumizaki was arrested, accused of a lewd act with a child under 14. many students and parents reacted with disbelief saying the popular coach was a dedicated professional. now teachers, parents and students are learning albany police say a family member found mr. izumizaki dead inside of a car this morning. his death is being investigated as a suicide. one former albany middle school student who helps mr. i. coach basketball is heartbroken because he's gone. >> i'm for sure not going to move on for a while. we're going to have to get throu
, as well as the president's deputy campaign manager stephanie cutter. >>> also ahead, we brought you his incredible story last week, a man looking for a second chance to fulfill his dream after he suffered a debilitating injury in his one and only at-bat in the major leagues. last night, seven years later, adam greenberg finally got that chance. we'll show you how he did and talk to him about the big moment the morning after. >>> a bit later, you think politics can get ugly. try the "american idol" judging table. an ugly moment during an "american idol" audition. nicki minaj apparently losing it over her fellow judge and fellow diva mariah carey. a lot of people saw this one coming. we'll have more on that story. >> we want to begin over at news desk. natalie morales is there. natalie, good morning. >> good morning, david and savannah. good morning, everyone. >>> american airlines is identifying what caused seats to come loose on two planes. the troubled carrier says a clamp that attaches seats to a track in the floor was not properly installed, and still, more trouble in the skies for t
. it has been wild out here. stephanie mentioned the blue angels were overhead today just roaring across. at the same time we had the america's cup boats racing behind us. at the moment the races have finished. we are joined by the meteorologist for oracle team usa. we hear you guys did incredible in that second race tonight. right? >> yeah, we managed to pull out a victory. a pretty good win for us. >> reporter: yeah. the winds seemed about right. the weather's kind of turned the way you've wanted even though's not hot for a lot of the spectators. we're not seeing a lot behind us. as our photographer pans back, you're always watching the conditions. what are you seeing now and hoping for this weekend when it comes to the weather? >> after that heat wave we had earlier this week, we're enjoying this marine air that's come back in here. that comes in with good pressure, good breeze. and a lot of force to it, force behind it. these boats, new boats that they created just for this series really like a breeze. and they get up and go when the wind is strong. >> reporter: yeah, the other amazi
. stephanie gosk is in b this morning. morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. well, standing ovations at the game are usually reserved for the home team, the baltimore ravens. fans are crazy about their team. last night, other pros they were happier to see. >> the appreciative fans. >> reporter: the refs are used to boos and abuse. they definitely aren't used to standing ovations. thursday night in baltimore, that's exactly what they got. >> we are excited to have the real refs back. >> reporter: the first nfl game of the season to be refereed by full time, experienced officials. >> i think the players know, i think the coaches know, and we can all get back to concentrating on football. >> reporter: the season began with the lockout imposed by the league and a team of less experienced replacement refs. >> i am sure the replacement refs are nice people and tried their best, but they're in way over their head. >> oh, baby! and the patriots are saying no. >> reporter: the games were marked by controversial calls and chaos. coaches grabbing refs. >> oh, boy, that's a few bucks. >> reporte
and following directions, we've got educational award-winners they can learn from. "today" contributor stephanie oppenheim is from toyportfolio.com. good morning. >> good to see you, al. >> kids can be learning and having fun at the same time. >> absolutely. year of the 2012 list of the toy portfolio, and today we're focusing on educational toys, and the idea is they have to be fun, otherwise no one is going to play with them. >> leap pad 2. >> the kids gave the highest marks, graphics very discertain. two bit built-in cameras, a video camera. the parents have no long her to share their own ipad. can you choose from their library of apps so you can customize it to match your child's academic needs, and as they go change to apps that are on it. really designed for kids. >> deejay rock dot. >> from smart lab. one of the coolest science kits in a longtime. building the circuitry to make the speakers, and you have two different cases to put your mp-3 player in, and then it's playing some music. it's actually the leapfrog that's making some noise, but it's -- the box from the laws of physics actually
indirectly killed his wife and mitt romney deputy campaign manager stephanie cutter claemd not to remember and we also heard from mr. foster at the democrat national convention earlier this month. >> bain took over the bill, they loaded it up with millions in debt and within months, they used some of that money to millions, within a decade the debt kept growing and was so large the company was forced into bankruptcy. . >> as it turns out, mr. foster was actually regional director for the steel workers union who worked with gst steel, but not at gst steel and as there are two sides to every story. one former executive at gst steel says that what really happened when bain capital came in is quite different than the way that mr. foster just described it. >> there's-- the vampire story that bain comes in and shows its teeth and sucks the blood out of the operation. it was the opposite of that. we went looking for a blood donor and bain came in and actually shall the way i look at it, gave us a bit of a transfusion. >> reporter: the three employees enlisted by the obama campaign are going to a
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